liquidation


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liquidation

Business
a. the process of terminating the affairs of a business firm, etc., by realizing its assets to discharge its liabilities
b. the state of a business firm, etc., having its affairs so terminated (esp in the phrase to go into liquidation)
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2 million increase in net assets in liquidation from June 30, 2006 to September 30, 2006 is primarily attributable to an increase of $6.
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corporation, followed by a liquidation of the transferred foreign subsidiary.
001 per share, $25,000 Liquidation Preference per share (the "Series M ARPS"), on Tuesday, October 24, 2006 (the "Series M Redemption Date").
Each partnership agreement contained identical restrictions on liquidation of the FLPs.
The liquidation amount per share for the Series A Preferred Shares is $2,000,000, and there are 45 shares outstanding.
331), this intention should be clearly demonstrated by having the PFIC's board of directors pass a resolution to liquidate and filing a Form 966, Corporate Dissolution or Liquidation, within 30 days after the resolution.